Swearing in of New Town Council
The Town Council’s newly elected officials were sworn in by Judge Doug Suits.
From left, re-elected Councilman Mark McBrady, Councilman Denise Rogers, Councilman Barry Thomas, re-elected Mayor John Hughes, Councilman Amy Lance and Councilman Jeremiah Barron. (Councilman Terry Nolan was absent.) Welcome!
Public notice tax code
The Town Council of Dewey-Humboldt will hold a public hearing on a proposed change to the town tax code pursuant to A.R.S. § 42-6053. The proposed change will amend Town Tax Code to include all current Model City Tax Code amendments.
The hearing will be 6:30 p.m., Feb. 21, Council Chambers, 2735 S. Highway 69, Suite 12.
Additional information can be obtained by calling 928.632.7362.
Federal grant supports local business training
Continuing through August, the local library will offer current and aspiring business owners access to mentors, monthly training sessions and online training courses through Udemy, Gale Business Builder and Gale Business Entrepreneur.
This district branch has Chromebooks and hotspots available for residents to checkout to complete the online training from their own home.
The Yavapai County Free Library District is part of a federal grant — P.R.O.S.P.E.R. (Preparing, Researching, Organizing, Selecting, and Promoting Entrepreneurial Resources) — to provide tools and training for rural residents.
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Library is at 2735 S. Corral St.
For more information call 928.632.5049 or visit www.ycfld.org/dewey
The Town Council currently is interviewing candidates for the vacant town manager position. For information go to www.dhaz.gov.